We’re tracking the conservative culture clash with woke Hollywood hypocrites to keep you up to date on who’s winning and who we hate.
Here’s what happened today:
Music news website Consequence of Sound released a story on Tuesday that alleged “Country Fans, People Who Like N-Word Buy Ungodly Amount of Morgan Wallen Tickets.”
Wallen was dropped by his label and radio stations refused to play his music after he was filmed drunkenly using the racial slur after a night out with friends. Despite his apology, the country star was dropped from every major music awards show in 2021.
However, his second album “Dangerous” became a chart topper, spending eight weeks at the top of the Billboard 200, and his upcoming arena tour has “become the hottest ticket of 2021,” nearly selling out since tickets dropped.
“Country fans, and various other supporters of racial slurs, have bought over 700,000 Wallen tickets since the tour was announced three weeks ago,” the outlet reported.
Rose McGowan lost her civil suit against disgraced rapist Harvey Weinstein, which alleged that he colluded with his employees to prevent her from going public with her rape accusations dating back to 1997.
The 2018 lawsuit implicated the former Hollywood mega-producer of racketeering for instructing his lawyers, an intelligence firm, and a former Isreali spy of working to suppress her claims against Weinstein.
The case was dismissed by a California federal judge after her lawyers failed to demonstrate “a pattern of racketeering activity.”
McGowan took to Twitter to blast Page Six for their characterization of her in a recent article about the lawsuit.
“Justice in USA is a joke. By the Lizards for the Lizards is the truth of your sick system. Yet you
@Pagesix smear me again as ‘difficult?’ No, the word is CORRUPTION,” she tweeted. “You @nypost should know- after all scum like you have been in on the 20+ corporate media smear of me. FU.”
Ex-CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, who was fired for failing to report the full scope of his involvement in mitigating older brother former NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s sexual harrasment scandal, has not only lost two of his jobs, but an upcoming book deal.
In light of his firing, and a sexual misconduct accusation of his own, HarperCollins Custom House confirmed they would not be publishing his upcoming book, which was reportedly “a provocative analysis of the harsh truths that the pandemic and Trump years have exposed about America — about our strength and our character — and a roadmap of the work needed to make our ideals match reality.”
The book was initially slated to be released on Jan. 11, but was pushed back to October 2022, before ultimately being scrapped. The novel was laughably titled “Deep Denial.”
According to a report, Australia will become the second nation to diplomatically boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China as a result of the country’s human rights abuses against religious minorities.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said that China wouldn’t meet with the country to discuss allegations of false imprisonment and genocide of the Uhygur population in the Xinjiang province despite repeated “oppertunites” to come to the table.
“So it is not surprising, therefore, that Australian government officials would not be going to China for those games. Australian athletes will, though,” Morrison said. “Australia’s a great sporting nation and I very much separate the issues of sport and these other political issues. They’re issues between two governments.”
Former “Empire” star Jussie Smollett scolded the prosecutor at his trial for saying the N-word while reading out his private text messages to Abimbola Osundairo, one of the men he accused of a racist and homophobic attack in January 2019.
Smollett interrupted prosecutor Dan Webb to urge him to spell out or abbreviate the word “out of respect for every African American” in the courtroom, but Webb declined.
“I don’t intend to do that sir, you can read your messages aloud,” Webb reportedly replied. Smollett then read the messages he sent to Osundairo on the day of the attack.
The actor testified that “there was no hoax” despite Olabinjo Osundairo’s testimony last week that detailed Smollett’s orders to say “Aren’t you that Empire f*ggot n—-r?” and “This is MAGA country” during the filmed attack.
Smollett faces six felony counts of disorderly conduct for staging a hate crime and falsifying a police report.
“Westworld” star Evan Rachel Wood claims that shock rocker Marilyn Manson, who she said sexually abused her during thier four year relationship from 2006 to 2010, claims her former flame threatened “to f–k” her eight-year-son, in retaliation for her allegations against him.
“[I’m] very concerned about our child’s safety when in Los Angeles,” Wood remarked in a court filing. “I am extremely afraid of the alleged offender,” she said in reference to Manson.
Woods allegedly has a recording of Manson saying that he has her children’s Social Security numbers, and has taken photos of them.
“I have suffered severe, traumatic physical and emotional injury at his hands, and I am afraid he will seek retribution against me for testifying by harming me, our son, and members of my family,” the court docs read.
Manson is under investigation for human trafficking and sexual abuse claims from multiple victims.